Cranmoor House offers style and comfort you usually find in luxury hotels. Run by Steve and Jan Errington, a warm welcome can be assured as they have been professional hoteliers for over thirty years, now preferring the the more relaxed atmostphere of a quieter Bed and Breakfast. Having only two rooms, one double bedded, one twin, a cosy atmostphere means you can expect the more personal touch. Each room has an en-suite with Power Shower, elegant toileteries and toweling robe. Pure Egyptian Cotton bed linen, Free View television and DVD player, Wi-Fi free internet access, DAB radio, complimentary tea, coffee and tisanes and both are Air Conditioned. br / br / br / br / The inclusive price ensures a hearty breakfast using the finest local produce or a more healthier option with fresh fruit and yogurt. Either way, Steve will do his best to make sure you start your day in the best possible way! Last but certainly not least, during the summer months, staying at Cranmoor House gives you the chance to use the wonderful Swim Spa and Hot tub so why not take advantage and build up your appetite before breakfast or evening meal! br / br / br / br / Cranmoor House also has the advantage of offering a spendid evening meal cooked by Steve who has been a proffesional chef for over 40 years having been trained at the Dorchester in London but this has to be booked in advance so best to give him a call personally. Warning! Two beautiful Cats . br / br / br / br / Situated near the centre of town, Cranmoor House is only a 15 minute stroll to The Waterfront with its Bars and Resaurants. Train,Coach and Bus Stations are only a 10 minute taxi ride away and the International Airport of Stanstead is about 45 mins by car. Ipswich Train Station has express links to London ( 1hr 10 mins.) Cambridge and Norwich (1 hr). br / br / br / br / Ipswich is an ideal centre to explore Constable Country,The Magical East Coast of Aldeburgh and Southwold and of course the Chocolate Box Towns and Villages of Mid Suffolk, Lavenham, Long melford and Bury St. Edmund.